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Poster: AltheaRose Date: Mar 18, 2013 6:19pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: It was 20 years ago today, when Sgt Pepper left his way

Well, then you'll appreciate this. I was playing that LRR, and right on cue, on the line "dogs begin to bark now, hounds begin to howl," all the dogs in the 'hood began to bark and howl at full choral volume. Mine included. They kept it up throughout. It really does add an extra element.

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Poster: craven714 Date: Mar 19, 2013 9:03am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: It was 20 years ago today, when Sgt Pepper left his way

HAha! You and the crowd made that happen.
Excellent side note. Hows them doggies doing anyhoo?

Maybe they were just howling in protest to the ensuing slide solo. The LRR (not to be confused with LLR, heavens no), reminds me of Brents early 'tinkling' organ (no not that one) solos when he was just a few years in the band. Then Vince switches after a few bars to the Hammond. Vince really did well as far as the LLR solos went. I do miss Brents enthusiastic cursing though, and Bobby?~ Cats in a blender.

Interesting last show of yours: After the LRR, the Sweet
Jane is kinda plain. The Ramble On~ Jerry kinda got it back to normal... kind of a carnival sounding one. The Cassidy was pretty tame and the Dough Knees was phoned in, but Vince stood out in that one too.

Enjoyed the MIDI flute on PITB and a nice EYES. Corrina=
bathroom break. Decent Terrapin and another typical D/S.
The TOO was quite odd to me. Wonder if Healy was messing with Bobby still. I love to hear the opening notes to Morning Dew. It was not too good, not too bad, just meaningful as hell per usual. And the last song Gloria?

You poor thing. Right up there with my IFTL: not very memorable, which is a sucky way to go out. But the traveling always beats the destination anyway, right?